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Old 08-15-16, 02:47 PM
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Share pics of bikes from interesting angles.

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Old 08-15-16, 03:02 PM
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Originally Posted by gomango
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What is the belt holding on the back of the saddle?
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I posted this in the previous photo thread, but what the heck.....

my '74 Raleigh International, with me wearing a Skunk River Cyclists team jersey....




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Originally Posted by steelbikeguy
I posted this in the previous photo thread, but what the heck.....

my '74 Raleigh International, with me wearing a Skunk River Cyclists team jersey....

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That's a striking pic. I didn't see it in the other thread, so I'm glad to see it in this one!
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For some reason this shot of an old cottered crank Jeunet has always impressed me...

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Originally Posted by Jean3n16
What is the belt holding on the back of the saddle?
The yellow one is Henry's tool roll.

Really an excellent product.

The red one is another tool roll by a defunct local brand.
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one of my pics from the Classic Rendezvous gathering in June.

This is one of JP Weigle's creations... as if the beautiful fenders and details weren't a hint.




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apologies for hogging the thread, but thought this might be of interest.
Specifically... the idea of having out-of-focus bits of the bike in front and behind the part of the bike that was the main "focus" of the photo. (sorry... was there a non-punny way to say it?).

Besides... this is just a nice looking Taylor regardless! It was also photographed at the Classic Rendezvous gathering in June.




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Originally Posted by gomango
The yellow one is Henry's tool roll.

Really an excellent product.

The red one is another tool roll by a defunct local brand.
ahh, I want one of those! Very neat idea!
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maiden voyage of my Moser, on a gratis tubie wheelset (new tires) and a Shimano 600 RD from spares


I love this view of the rear brake


my daughter putting the finishing touch (bell) on the Team Fuji she built up

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Originally Posted by steelbikeguy
one of my pics from the Classic Rendezvous gathering in June.

This is one of JP Weigle's creations... as if the beautiful fenders and details weren't a hint.



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That fender is a literal work of art.
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Originally Posted by steelbikeguy
apologies for hogging the thread, but thought this might be of interest.
Specifically... the idea of having out-of-focus bits of the bike in front and behind the part of the bike that was the main "focus" of the photo. (sorry... was there a non-punny way to say it?).

Besides... this is just a nice looking Taylor regardless! It was also photographed at the Classic Rendezvous gathering in June.




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Incredible!
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Originally Posted by djkashuba
admittedly, I'm biased, but I like the action shot above... especially if you don't drop the camera or fall off the bike.

the shallow depth of field on the second is attractive too... although I've got a well known bias towards Raleighs, so I may not be trustworthy.

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By coincidence this pretty frame now lives with Mr. Gaucho. ^



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Probably kinda creepy to refer to this as an upskirt photo, but that's kinda what it is. Baby's got rusty rails.

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